Audiophile enhancement product
Subject: General Tech | February 14, 2007 - 11:05 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The XMod from Creative is essentially a driverless external USB soundcard. It has 2 modes, Crystalizer and CMSS-3D, the first of which attempts to fix the horrible things that happen when you compress audio and the second takes a basic 2 channel signal in interpolates a full surround signal. If you have an ear that can tell what level compression was used in making an MP3, drop by t-break for a look at this little device.
"Plug, play and enjoy. Those three words basically describe the XMod by Creative- a small and stylish device that 'enhances'
the quality of audio that you're listening to. Packaged in small and slick black box, the XMod comes with a white pouch, a
white USB cable and a white pair of earphones."
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